‘Chicken nuggets’ to blame for man’s DUI

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On Thursday Miller released a statement apologizing for his embarrassing actions.

According to MLive, the arresting officer asked Miller how much he had to drink.

The next day he entered a not guilty plea in court. The man was thrown in jail but later posted bail.

Jeremy Miller placed the blame on chicken nuggets.

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When the 40-year-old was stopped for speeding and later arrested, Miller reportedly told cops he was being detained “because I was stupid, those damn chicken nuggets.” man was arrested this past December for driving with a blood-alcohol level nearly twice the legal limit. The Montcalm County, Mich.

"I will re-dedicate myself to meeting those high standards in the future.” "I have always tried to meet the highest of standards but realize I have failed in this instance," he said.

“I don’t know, it has been a night,” Miller said.

Some blame it on the alcohol.

Miller will next appear in court on March 10, with his trial set for March 24.

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When stopped, Miller had a blood alcohol content of 0.14 per cent after taking a breathalyzer test. 18, 2016 when cops clocked him driving 58 miles per hour in a 30 mph zone. Miller was pulled over in the early morning hours of Dec.

(Montcalm County Jail Photo) Jeremy Miller.